Children are allowed at the brewery except for Saturdays. All visitors must be at least 21 years old to consume alcohol on premise. On Saturdays, the Beer Hall in Boston is strictly 21+. Harpoon reserves the right to deny admission to anyone under 21 at any time.
Yes! The Harpoon Keg Yard is an outdoor space we use for production during the week, but we convert to a pop up outdoor space for beer and fun during summer weekends. We have a limited selection of Harpoon and UFO draft beers, pretzels, and plenty of fun and games. Admission to the Keg Yard is separate from the Beer Hall. If visitors wish to move from the one space to another, they must wait in line if one or both spaces are at capacity. The Keg Yard is weather dependent, so please call us to ensure we are open. The Keg Yard is open on Saturdays and Sundays only.
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Unfortunately, we do not book private tours for the general public. However, private tours are one of the awesome features included in the room rental of our semi-private or private event space. Please contact a member of the events team at Beerhall@harpoon.com for more information.
Dogs and other pets are not allowed at our Beer Hall in Boston. This prohibition does not apply to service animals assisting individuals.
Dogs are allowed in our outdoor beer garden at the Harpoon Riverbend Taps & Beer Garden in Windsor, VT.
Kegs are not available for sale at the Harpoon Brewery in Boston, but if you want freshly brewed Harpoon or UFO draft beer, you can get a growler or crowler. We also sell bottles and cans in 6 packs, 12 packs, and cases! State law allows us to sell kegs in Vermont, however. Please contact the brewery (802 674 5491) in advance if you are looking for a specific style! We don’t always have every product in stock.
We begin selling tour tickets for the day when we open at 11:00 am. We do not sell tickets in advance. Tickets must be purchased in person and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. On busy weekends, it is advisable to purchase tour tickets early to ensure a spot. We have limited capacity and tickets sell out fast!
All visitors must be at least 21 years old to purchase and/or consume alcohol on premise. On Saturdays, the Beer Hall in Boston is strictly 21+ only. Sunday through Friday, individuals under 21 years of age may be admitted if accompanied by a parent or guardian. Harpoon reserves the right to deny admission to anyone under 21 at any time. International visitors must provide a passport as a valid ID. We have the right to refuse anyone with any ID.
Yes! Harpoon Ciders are naturally gluten-free. Harpoon Cider’s gluten content has been independently measured at less than 20 parts per million and does not contain any ingredients that contain gluten or ingredients that have been processed to remove gluten, meeting the FDA's threshold for gluten-free. We are also developing a unique Pale Ale that will be available on draft in limited quantities at the Boston brewery only. This beer is fermented from grains containing gluten and crafted to remove gluten. While independent testing using the best method we know of - the Competitive R5 ELISA method – has shown that the gluten content is below the FDA threshold of 20 ppm, this product may contain gluten. We have made available detailed information regarding the testing and results.
We offer various options for private events at the Beer Hall. If you’re interested in learning more about hosting a semi-private or private event at our Beer Hall, please fill out this form with more information about your event. Our Events Staff looks forward to working with you!
For all requests for donations, fill out our donation request form with our charitable arm, Harpoon Helps, at www.harpoonhelps.com. Because of the number of requests we receive, we ask that you do not stop by or call. For questions on Harpoon Helps, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Calories: 165-175 Carbs: 14.5g - 16.5g Variability is due to seasonal/crop year variability in malted barley characteristics.
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We do not have a restaurant at the brewery but we do serve fresh pretzels at the Beer Hall.
During the week, parking on-site is limited to four 15-minute visitor spots. Visitors may park in the metered spots on Northern Avenue or the parking garage across the street from the brewery (also on Northern Avenue). After 5:00 pm on weekdays and all day on weekends, additional spaces are available in the parking lots. Taking the Silver Line to the Brewery is HIGHLY recommended.
If space allows, visitors under-21 are allowed to participate in the tour at no charge. You won’t receive a glass or sample, however.
Login to your Friend of Harpoon account and print out your card to bring with you or show it from your mobile phone. A photo ID and some friends would be a good idea too!
Our tours are $5 per person and include a souvenir glass, a guided tour of the brewery and samples of brewery-fresh Harpoon and UFO Beers. We offer tours on Friday, Sat, and Sunday. Tours are first come, first served and not sold in advance. The tour is 30 minutes long. If you are visiting during non-tour times, we offer a Production Viewing Area where you can check out the Brewhouse "up close" and learn all about Harpoon. Feel free to request a free sample from our sampling area.
Harpoon is currently available in the following states and Puerto Rico: MA, NH, VT, ME, RI, CT, NY, NJ, OH, DE, MD, DC, PA, VA, WV, NC, SC, TN, AL, GA, FL, LA, TX, WI, and MN. You can use the Harpoon Beer Finder to find out where in these states to find Harpoon and UFO beers.
Until December 2018, we marked all of our beers with an “enjoy by” date. This date traditionally tells a consumer when beer is no longer at its freshest. As we brewed more beers with various shelf lives, however, we realized that the “enjoy by” date did not help our consumers know how old their beer actually was. Moving forward, we will use a “PKG” date on each beer which makes it easier for you to know exactly which week your beer was packaged – and therefore how fresh your beer is.
All beers packaged within a given week will be coded as PKG that week. Our “enjoy by” dates generally ranged from 30-180 days after packaging, depending on the style of beer (Harpoon IPA has 120 days, some beers are suitable for aging indefinitely). As always, we want you to drink the freshest beer possible, and believe this change will make that even more possible.
If you have a question about a specific Harpoon beer, please let reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.